Aubrey is an actress, comedian, and producer and started her career by performing in improv and sketch shows at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater in New York City. From there, she starred in “Parks and Recreation,” “Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates,” and “Child’s Play.”
Diverse, eh? She has a few projects coming out soon, and we’re sure her dry and deadpan delivery will continue to make audiences reel with laughter!
Maya is one of the greats in Hollywood and is best known for her time on "Saturday Night Live" and her incredible Beyonce impression that Queen-B herself would be proud of. She has four Emmys to her name, two from her time on "Saturday Night Live" and two from voicing the hilarious hormone monster for Netflix's “Big Mouth.”
To this day, she continues to act and voice-act and has starred in several movies such as “Luca”, “Bridesmaids,” and “Idiocracy.” She has more work coming soon, so keep your eye out for it!
Cameron Esposito is a comedian who has been raved about by Jay Leno, Conan O'Brien, and Carson Daly. Her stand-up mainly focuses on her life, feminism, social justice, and her experiences being LGBTQAI+.
She currently resides in Los Angeles and has created five comedy albums, voices "Carrol the Cloud Person" on “Adventure Time,” and hosts the “Queery” podcast. She’s a breath of fresh air and a voice for change on the comedy scene!
Kristen is an actress, comedian, and writer from Colorado. She has performed comedy since 1999, and although you might not recognize her face, you probably have heard her voice.
You may have heard her lend her voice to the character of Louise Belcher in “Bob's Burgers” and Mabel Pines in “Gravity Falls.” She has also had roles in “Toy Story 3” and “Toy Story 4” as well as “Despicable Me” and “BoJack Horseman.” Her efforts have not gone unnoticed, as she has received multiple Primetime Emmy Nominations! Keep getting it, Kristen!
The late great Betty White was an actress and comedian who helped pioneer early television. She had done anything and everything in Hollywood and spent more than seven decades in the industry. Over that time, she became the first woman to do multiple things; some of her achievements include being the first woman to produce a television show, the first woman to win a Daytime Emmy as a game show host, winning eight Emmys, a Grammy, and holding the world record for "Longest TV Career by a Female Entertainer."
Fans of Betty know how big her heart was and how much she cared about everyone in her life. A true star on and off the film set.